Electronic and experimental music

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Scribner's, Jun 1, 1985 - Music - 278 pages
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Traces the history of electronic music, describes the various types of instruments and equipment used, and discusses the work of specific composers and performers

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The text is possibly a little dry in places to be called anything resembling a page-turner and focuses on experimental music collectives and studios (such as Mills College) to the detriment of overall ... Read full review

Contents

A Definition
3
Principles of Electronic Music
9
A History of Electronic
29
Copyright

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